Long Climb to the Top: A quick-read police procedural set in picturesque Canada

Long Climb to the Top: A quick-read police procedural set in picturesque Canada

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From Award-winning and Bestselling Author, P.D. Workman!
Solving this case is going to be a long climb

Detective Pat is called out to another park homicide scene with disturbing similarities to the Fish Creek murder. Digging more deeply into the evidence reveals something even more worrisome. If her instincts are right, this case may hit a little too close to home.

Is she just imagining the connections? Or could her family be in real danger?

The clock is ticking as Detective Pat homes in on a killer.

★★★★★P.D. Workman is an incredibly versatile writer. No matter which of her books I read I am drawn into a great story and honestly, I don't think I've followed another author that could go from cozy mystery to YA to a PI series dealing with mental health issues. Really enjoy her books!

Looking for a police procedural set in picturesque Canada? Let Award-winning and Bestselling Author P.D. Workman take you her favourite Calgary parks, as Métis detective Margie Patenaude investigates a murder in this fast-paced new series.

These short mysteries are just right for those days when you could use a break from your busy life. Take a walk in a Calgary park with Parks Pat.

Climb into in a new mystery today!

Release date: September 10, 2021

Publisher: pd workman

Reader says this book is...: entertaining story (2) realistic characters (3) satisfying ending (2) terrific writing (2) emotionally riveting (1) escapist/easy read (1) rich setting(s) (1)

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Behind the book

When I decided that I was going to be writing about murders in Calgary area parks, I knew that one of them would be the Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park. I have been involved in this park since before it was a park. I was legal assistant to the lawyer for the Harvie family, who provided the land for the park. We worked with the family for a number of years and worked with multiple levels of government to get everything lined up and the park created. We helped with the build-out of the park trails and amenities, the establishment of the stewards to help to take care of the park, and much more. In the ten years since the park was opened, I have been involved in a number of roles. I don’t get out to the park as much as I would like to, but it is definitely a special place for me and had to be one of the settings that a Parks Pat Mystery would take place in.

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